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Great Concerts, Comedy Theater and More This Weekend in Dearborn

Here are five things to look out for over the weekend in Dearborn.

Jennifer Beitzel (left) of Northville as Gretchen, Nick Graham of Belleville as Robert, Kori Bielaniec of Westland as Gloria, Alex Gojkov as Bernard and Jillian Drapala of Dearborn Heights as Gabriella. Photo: Players Guild of Dearborn.
Jennifer Beitzel (left) of Northville as Gretchen, Nick Graham of Belleville as Robert, Kori Bielaniec of Westland as Gloria, Alex Gojkov as Bernard and Jillian Drapala of Dearborn Heights as Gabriella. Photo: Players Guild of Dearborn.
Video: Players Guild of Dearborn

Looking for something to do this weekend in Dearborn and surrounding areas? Here are a few ideas.

"Boeing, Boeing" Comedy Show at the Players Guild:
-Get a ticket for a non-stop laughter-filled journey as the 1960s French farce “Boeing, Boeing” takes off this Friday, January 10.   

The story peeks into the life of an American bachelor living in Paris with three stewardess-fiancées--each from a different airline. With the help of his housekeeper, he attempts to juggle all three fiancées until advances in airline technology speed up the flights and set his love life on a flight path for disaster.

The show will run Jan. 10-12, 17-19 and 24-26, with shows starting at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets for Friday's performance are $15.

The theater is located at 21730 Madison in Dearborn. To purchase tickets or for more information, call 313-561-TKTS or go to www.playersguildofdearborn.org.

DSO Performs Beethoven Piano Concerto in Dearborn:
-The Detroit Symphony Orchestra will present Beethoven's Piano Concerto at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center this Friday, Jan. 10, at 10:45 a.m. Tickets are $25 and will be general admission seating.

For more information or to purchase tickets, call (313) 576-5111, or click here to enter to win tickets to the show on Patch.

Business Professionals of America Leadership Conference:
-Henry Ford Community College will host the Region VI Business Professionals of America Leadership Conference/Competition on Friday, Jan. 10, all over its main campus.

The event presents an opportunity for the college to showcase the best and brightest students in southeast Michigan, as well as the campus. Students attending the conference must dress in business formal attire.

For more information about the conference, contact jennifer.duff@hillsdaleschools.org.

Community Game Night at First Presbyterian Church:
-First Presbyterian Church in Dearborn will host a euchre contest this Friday at 6:30 p.m. It costs $5 to enter the tournament, with a chance to win a cash prize. 

An additional $5 donation provides pizza, drink and dessert. Many other games will also be available along with the opportunity to learn the game of euchre.

The church is located at 600 North Brady Rd. Call (313) 274-1313, ext. 16 for more information.

Moscow Festival Ballet "Cinderella":
- The Moscow Festival Ballet returns to Dearborn with the timeless classic "Cinderella." This enchanting rags to riches fairytale comes to life to delight audiences of all ages with the elaborate costumes, scenery, gifted dancers and Prokofiev's extraordinary score.

The concert will be held at 8 p.m. this Saturday, Jan. 11, at the Michael A. Guido Theater inside the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center.

Tickets range from $30-35 for adults, or $15 for students with adult purchase. Call (313) 943-2354 to purchase tickets or for more information.


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